eD sub died - trying to think outside the box!
Hi guys - my eD sub's plate amp was recently trashed by our 2-year-old (long story involving the port and a sippy cup). I've looked into replacing the plate amp, but I can't find one with the same cutout size, and I'm not much of a woodworker. I'd absolutely love to just toss the old sub and throw a new PB-1000 in there, but WAF is exceptionally low on a $500 purchase right now. So, I'm trying to think outside the box.
I have a pair of Klipsch RF-7's that each have dual 10's, powered by a Denon x4000. I realized that I have four 10" woofers in my room right now - is there a better way I can drive those to "replace" a sub, at least temporarily? I could probably get away with $200 or $300 for another amp, etc. Or would it make more sense to just re-run Audyssey with a 5.0 setup, and let it adjust accordingly?
Throw some ideas at me!